Rámur Rámason in Art without Boundaries. New exhibition will be opened in gallery Klaustur next Saturday 14th May at 14.00. On the exibition are embroidered works by Erla Björk Sigmundsdóttir who works and lives in the ecovillage Sólheimar in South Iceland, a sustainable community known for its artistic and ecological atmosphere. Erla works in diverse art techniques, and as well as making art, studies music and plays in a bell quire. She is also a member of the Sólheimar Theatre Group. Erla has since 2010 worked extensively at Sólheimar weaving workshop, embroidering in her own particular way, choosing both figurative and abstract motifs, as well as making three-dimensional works. Coordinator of the Sólheimar weaving workshop is Karen Ósk Sigurðardóttir. Erla has participated in the nationwide yearly artfestival Art without Boundaries, and in the last years her works have gained great admiration for their original beauty, expression and vigour. The exhibition is in collaboration with Safnasafnið in Eyjafjörður and will be open from 12:00-17:00 every day until 31st May.